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  1. Hi I'm a retake student do you think that will affect getting into biomed for similar universities you appliedfor and how are you finding the course?
  2. hey im 15 years old and looking into biosicence i was wondering what a levels you needed to do
  3. Well done for your grades btw! If you don't know then it doesn't matter but I can get predicted an A in chemistry but only think I can get a B, should I go with the higher prediction but risk not getting it?
  4. Hey, I saw that you BCC at the end of AS and applied to Queen mary and got a offer for Biomed and just wanted to ask what your teachers predicted you as I just started A2 and I got BCC and I really want to go to Queen mary for Biomedical science. just wanted to ask how you did it? ahaa.
  5. Just by answering as many questions as possible. It does the trick for me.

    How are you preparing for the exam?
  6. Hey!

    The AR/QR were my weakest as well, but ended up getting my highest score in AR. I think the trick to both is practice (I'm sure that's not what you wanted to hear!) and spotting your weak areas.

    E.g. in QR, I realised that my maths was terrible, so I made a list of areas I struggled with and practised them further using websites and maths books.

    For AR, make a list of the types of patterns you may see or the main types of relationships. E.g. relationships wrt shapes, position, number, etc.

    Good luck!

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